Free Printable Guided Meditations Download

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Welcome to the first edition of a series of free printable guided meditations!

The guided meditation discussed in this post, one of the free printable guided meditations, can be downloaded as PDF at the end of this article.

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Guided Meditation to Balance Chakras

As we begin to focus on leading a healthy natural holistic life we need to focus on Mind, Body and Spirit.

Therefore Chakra Health is vital to maintain balance with these three spheres.  This page is dedicated to providing you with free printable guided meditations.  It will be updated regularly so please bookmark the page or join the mailing list and you’ll get the new downloads direct.  Don’t worry about SPAM – I hate it as much as you!

How to Unblock Chakras

The first in the series of free printable guided meditations is “How to Unblock Chakras”.

Please enjoy and I would love to have your feedback about how you found it.

The Meditation

(download at end)

CHAKRA BALANCING SELF-MEDITATION

The purpose of the chakra balancing meditation is to open, clear and teach you how to unblock chakras.  This exercise is best known with followers of Reiki. Follow this meditation and if possible use at least 2x per week and it will aide you in aligning the higher frequency energies and also purify/release any stored negative energy from your body/aura.

Here is the chakra balancing meditation:

  • Sit comfortably on a chair with your hands on your legs (I have found with the palms facing upwards more beneficial)
  • Whilst sitting close your eyes and concentrate on your breath, nice deep slow breathing

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Focus all your attention on Muladhara the base Root chakra – visualize the chakra as a bright RED ball spinning clockwise.

 As you focus on the base chakra – breathe in red – breathe out red. Repeat for 2 – 3 minutes.

NOTE: Ensure you visualise Muladhara’s energy as a clockwise spinning ball based at the Root chakra.  See the energy also flowing down through your legs into Mother earth like a tree spouting its roots and connecting with the center of the earth (This is grounding you.)   

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Put your attention on the Swadisthana – visualize the chakra as a bright ORANGE ball spinning clockwise.

 As you focus on the Swadhisthana chakra – breathe in orange – breathe out orange. Repeat for 2-3 minutes.  

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Put your attention on the Manipura chakra – visualize the chakra as a bright YELLOW ball spinning clockwise.

As you focus on the Manipura – breathe in yellow – breathe out yellow. Repeat for 2- 3 minutes  

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Put your attention on the Anahata chakra – visualize the chakra as a bright GREEN ball spinning clockwise.

As you focus on the Anahata chakra – breathe in green – breathe out green. Repeat for 2-3 minutes

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Put your attention on the Vishuddha chakra – visualize the chakra as a bright BLUE ball spinning clockwise.

As you focus on the Vishuddha chakra – breathe in blue – breathe out blue. Repeat for 2-3 minutes.

NOTE: Ensure you see Vishuddha’s energy spinning clockwise at the Throat chakra and also flowing down through both of your arms and out though your fingers/thumbs and meeting five feet in front.

As these energies connect, in your mind say clearly what you want to achieve and what it is you desire currently.  Remember “what you ask for you will get” while Vishuddha’s energies are flowing it is the time to bring your goals into physical manifestation.

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Put your attention on the Ajna chakra – visualize the chakra as a bright INDIGO ball spinning clockwise.

As you focus on the Ajna chakra – breathe in indigo – breathe out indigo. Repeat for 2- 3 minutes.


NOTE: Ensure you see the Indigo ball’s energy is spinning at the Third Eye or Ajna chakra.  Once you are comfortable seeing the spinning indigo wheel visualise, in your minds eye, that you are sitting in a chair in an all Indigo room.  You see yourself looking out of a window and gazing at the stars (this assists with opening of your Third eye)

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Put your attention on the Sahasrara or Crown chakra – visualize the chakra as a bright VIOLET ball spinning clockwise.

As you focus on the Sahasrara chakra – breathe in violet – breathe out violet. Repeat for 2-3 minutes.

NOTE: Ensure you see the violet ball’s energy  spinning at the Crown chakra and once happy that Sahasrara is spinning, in your minds eye, also envisage the opening of a Violet lotus flower on the top of your Crown — make this as large and as magnificent as you can.

Finally visualise Silvery/White light flowing down from the Heavens through your Crown chakra all the way through all the other chakras and finally into Mother earth. 

Envisage yourself as a glowing white being with all the Chakras within that silvery light spinning brightly (in their colour). H

Hold this for about for 2-3 minutes.

Relax, breathe in deeply , breathe out deeply – 3 times

Slowly open your eyes

You should feel exhilarated!

How to Unblock Chakras using the Chakra Balancing Meditation

I would love to hear your feedback on this meditation.  Please leave me a comment in the thread below or contact me directly by clicking here.

 

Last updated on 23 October, 2017 9:43 pm

17 Responses to Free Printable Guided Meditations Download

  1. I love the simplicity…perfect for advanced practitioners

  2. Great post, when I was reading it, I felt much calmer and relaxed, so I think I will download it and use it often. Thanks for the great relaxation! I will come again to your page! 🙂

    • Hey Jasmin,
      Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you here again. I’m very glad you found the meditation relaxing. Please let me know how you get on if you begin to use it regularly.

      Many thanks and to your best health.

      Jason

  3. Hi, very interesting site! I will be trying some meditation as sometimes my life is so crazy it’s hard to slow down. Thanks for sharing this information. This will definitely help people.

    • Hi and thanks for your comments. If you do try the meditation technique please let me know how you got on. Id be very interested in your feedback! Best health to you
      Jason

  4. free printable guides are cool, thanks for taking the time to gather and share this information. I have just started looking into meditation, and know very little.

    • Hi Vic
      Thanks for taking the time to write in. Im glad you liked the download. If you do try the technique please let me know how you found it! Id be truly intrrested in your feedback. To your best health.
      Jason

  5. Hi there. This is really informative. Thank you for taking the time to leave such detailed instructions. I apologize for my ignorance, but What is Reiki. I am not very familiar with Eastern belief systems, and I am interested in understanding. Thank you again for taking the time to be so instructive.

    • Hi Heather,

      Thanks so much for your comments. Reiki is a Japanese healing methodology for stress reduction and relaxation. It has a ‘laying on of hands’ approach and the belief is that the ‘life force’ or energy that keeps us all alive can be passed or channeled from the healer to the recipient which in turn activates the natural healing processes within the recipient. It has developed and changed over time so as well as the ‘traditional’ Reiki there are some off shoots where colour energy is used, or where no touch is used but the energy is passed on by proximity rather than the physical act of laying on of hands.
      Hope that helps a little

      to your best health
      Jason

  6. Hi Jason. Thanks for the free guided meditations. At times when I’ve done meditation, I have trouble seeing the chakra balls as spinning. How necessary is that? I know it’s about energy moving, but is there another way it can be done?

    • Hey Kylie

      If you can’t see them as spinning balls, then don’t stress about that – if you spend all your time trying to see these coloured balls spinning you’ll probably lose the value of the meditation. In your mind you know they are energy centres and coloured and spinning so that’s all that’s important. You can visualise anything really – one way I learnt,along time ago, and still love is to see them as a flower bud and as you focus on them they slowly open in full bloom and showing you their brilliant colour. Have a go with that and see if it helps! best health and thanks for your comments!
      Jason

  7. Such an informative post.
    I love how you give the information in such a detailed manner that it feels like we have someone guiding us through the meditation.

    I sometimes have trouble understanding the true meaning of Chakras. I know that they are energy points that help maintain the body’s balance and health. But am I wrong in thinking that we find differences in the way Chakras are defined/ used based on where we live in the world or on the tradition/ teaching’s we follow?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Catherine,
      Thank you for your comments. I’m truly, truly glad that it connected.
      You are absolutely correct that there are differences in definitions and beliefs about the chakra system and in fact each chakra.
      Most belief systems align themselves with 7 chakras, however in Tantra, Shakta or Shaktism, there are 8 and in other ‘new-age’ belief system there can be many more.
      Some belief systems Kabbalah, Lataif-e-sitta (Sufism) and neo-platonism look at chakras from an emanations theory reversing the flow – meaning the energy emanates from the spiritual and then works its way through the others to become concrete and resting in Muladhara.
      Tantra and Kundalini forms of yoga have the energy beginning at the base of the spine and rising up to finally reach Sahasrara. This is used to unleash the creation energy thought to lay resting and coiled at the base of our spine and slowly work its way up until union with the creator is achieved at the crown.
      Chinese medicine and Tibetan Buddhism again have a belief in the energy centres but they differ from the widely known 7. The meridian system is a good example.
      Hope this helps and doesn’t blur the matter!

      To your best health
      Jason

      • WOW! Thank you so much for such an amazing response, I wasn’t expecting as much 🙂
        I actually know of Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism beliefs, but you just added so much more that I can look into (it doesn’t blur that matter at all, it actually makes me curious to learn more about them).
        I need to send myself this answer by email to make sure I don’t lose it.
        Thank you so much again Jason,
        Catherine

        • Hey Catherine,
          You’re more than welcome! Its an incredibly interesting field of study and everything I read and learn just sends me looking for more also. Actually since your initial question another post is niggling away at me, and thsts to provide a very basic Kundalini meditation. Am toying with idea of providing a real guided experience by recording myself delivering the meditation but not sure if the world is quite ready for me ‘on air’ so to speak – or perhaps its more likely I’m chicken!
          To your best health
          Jason

  8. In this time of great stress meditation is more than needed. I like your thorough explanations and also the content is very readable and easy to understand, keep it up.

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